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Male Organ Bruising – A Guide to Injuries and Conditions

     The male organ is a closely guarded treasure; most men take great pains to avoid any sort of injury to the delicate equipment. But bumps and bruises are a part of life, and even the best-protected member is likely to run into a solid object - a misplaced knee or football, or even a partner’s body - from time to time. The resulting male organ bruising and pain can be alarming, and with good reason: A serious male organ injury can cause disfiguration and even loss of function if not treated properly. Fortunately, most injuries are not serious, and at-home male organ care may be all that is needed to manage any pain and swelling - but it is always advisable to check in with a doctor when bruising does occur.

Causes of male organ bruising

1) Trauma. Perhaps the most common, and the most obvious, cause of male organ bruising is blunt-force trauma - in other words, impact with a solid object. While the resulting bruising is usually superficial, a heavy blow to the area can result in deep tissue damage that can lead to long-term problems, so it is best not to ignore this type of injury. To minimize the chance of experiencing trauma to the male organ, men should wear the proper protective gear for any type of athletic activity. Extremely aggressive thrusting and bending or twisting moves should be avoided during partner relations.

2) Self-gratification. Self-inflicted damage is also fairly common. Men who use a tight grip and/or bending and twisting motions during manual stroking may be susceptible to bruising of the manhood tissue, as are those who thrust into a bed, cushion or other object during a self-pleasuring session.

3) Priapism. This is a serious medical condition in which men experience a persistent hard-on that is not caused by sensual stimulation. Usually, it is the result of an injury to the private area that causes blood to become trapped inside the male organ. The resulting hard-on can be quite painful, and it may be accompanied by bruising. Priapism should be treated as a medical emergency; failure to seek treatment can result in manhood tissue death.

4) Injection of medications or illicit substances. Men who have prescription medications injected into the male organ for treatment of male dysfunction may develop bruising around the injection site; the same issue may affect men who inject recreational substances into the male organ.

5) Clothing entrapment. If the male organ becomes trapped in a zipper or other part of a man’s clothing, bruising to the site may occur. This is generally not serious and can be treated at home.

At-home treatment for a sore, bruised male organ

A male organ injury that results in pain, swelling, bruising or any other noticeable symptoms should always be checked by a doctor, even if it seems fairly minor; if male organ bruising develops without any obvious injury, immediate medical attention is required. Once the problem has been diagnosed and treated, there are several things that men can do at home to help reduce any swelling, minimize the discoloration of bruising and ease the pain:

- Apply cool compresses to the male organ. A soft washcloth or towel soaked in cool water and applied to the male organ for 20 minutes at a time can help ease discomfort and reduce swelling. Ice should never be placed on the male organ.

- Add heat. On the second day after an injury, a warm compress, rather than a cool one, can be applied to the bruised area. This can help draw blood to the area to slough away the damaged tissue and speed the healing process.

- Try over-the-counter pain relievers. For more intense pain, some men may want to try an NSAID (such as ibuprofen or naproxen) to take the edge off. Keep in mind that some pain relievers may interact with other medications, so always check with a doctor first.

- Follow up with a male organ health crème (health professionals recommend Man1 Man Oil). A nutrient formula that contains a rich mix of vitamins and amino acids - especially vitamin C, which is needed for the growth of healthy circulatory tissue - can help support the healing process, as well as improve the general look and feel of the manhood.

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Visit for more information most common male organ health issues, tips on improving male organ sensitivity, and what to do to maintain a healthy male organ. John Dugan is a professional writer who specializes in men's health issues and is an ongoing contributing writer to numerous online web sites.

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